You need to know what chemicals your organization has, in what quantities, where they are, who’s using them, when they expire, and all associated hazards. That’s a huge amount of information to track, organize, analyze, maintain, and locate when you need it — not to mention being able to put all this data into the required regulatory report format.
So, when you’re searching for a new chemical inventory software, what should you specifically look for? The last thing you want is to have to restart your search a year from now if the system you picked doesn’t work out.
Sarina Schwartz-Hinds Manager, Chemical Solutions | SciShield
Rachel Jordan Manager, Implementation Services | SciShield
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